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Nationals hang a 5-2 loss on Rich Hill and the Dodgers

Rich Hill was a different man the last time he saw Nationals catcher Jose Lobaton. It was three years ago. Hill was a reliever, clawing at the fringes of the sport, when Lobaton recorded his third hit in three at-bats against him. The two men would not meet again until Sunday afternoon at Nationals...
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